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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

‘Chappaquiddick’ Review: A Meticulous and Authentic Docudrama | Variety

Around 11:00 p.m., they drive out to the beach. Ted, who’s been guzzling whiskey from a bottle, zooms away from a local cop (he doesn’t want to be caught drunk, or seen with a pretty blonde he may have designs on). He then turns his gaze toward Mary Jo — and that’s the moment he drives off the bridge. It’s a short wooden structure, with no guard rails, and after fighting his way out of the water, he walks, in a daze, back to the cottage. He may be soused, but he’s already in damage-control mode.

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Don't forget.

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Don't forget? All of the MSM and most of the electorate forgot while Ted was in office.

Posted by: Greg | Sep 12, 2017 12:16:09 PM

I'm sceptical. If, with all the Kennedy money and power to protect him, he more-or-less admitted to abandoning the girl to drown, I reckon we can be pretty confident he did something worse. Rape? Manslaughter? Murder? Dunno, but something pretty bad.

Posted by: dearieme | Sep 12, 2017 12:49:40 PM

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